MSX Solutions - Monster's Fair

by Hydragon on 24-05-2010, 15:31
Topic: Websites
Languages:

Brazilian map maker only_69 strikes again with another mapped game after a period of silence. This time only_69 mapped the shoot'em up game Monster's Fair, which was released by Toho in 1986. Monster's Fair was released for MSX on rom cartridge and has quite some similarities to Konami's Twinbee, which was released on several platforms.

Relevant link: MSX Solutions

Comments (7)

By MäSäXi

Paragon (1884)

MäSäXi's picture

25-05-2010, 10:14

I guess you have little typo in your news message... you may remove number "2" after word "MSX" if you want. Smile

By Hydragon

Paladin (694)

Hydragon's picture

25-05-2010, 10:31

My bad indeed. Crying

By only_69

Hero (565)

only_69's picture

25-05-2010, 15:26

Currently working on Batman, the isometric game.

By JohnHassink

Ambassador (5413)

JohnHassink's picture

25-05-2010, 19:38

I always liked this game. The transformation during play and flying over the map was a fun touch.

By PingPong

Prophet (3449)

PingPong's picture

25-05-2010, 19:50


I guess you have little typo in your news message... you may remove number "2" after word "MSX" if you want.

Masaxi is right, looking on screenshot it's clear that graphics are under average for an msx2 machine..... Wink

By JohnHassink

Ambassador (5413)

JohnHassink's picture

25-05-2010, 20:13

looking on screenshot it's clear that graphics are under average for an msx2 machine
That usually cuts it, there are exceptions, though... Smile
MSX version of Xanadu
MSX2 version of Xanadu

By PingPong

Prophet (3449)

PingPong's picture

29-05-2010, 09:30


That usually cuts it, there are exceptions, though...
MSX version of Xanadu
MSX2 version of Xanadu

Right, but is an exception. Due to the developers. Even on an Amiga nothing does stop me to program a monochrome game, using CPU instead of blitter or badly programming the amiga sound HW.